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what is hardee's? fast food, $1,000. what is taco bell? $1,000 more for you. take abbreviated bands, $200. what is the red hot chili peppers? uh, same category, $400. what are the bosstones? bands, $600. what is new kids on the block and the backstreet boys? and with that, you move up to $3,400, into a tie with prabhu. and that means we're gonna take a break right now.
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he has nothing to do with the motley crue band. his name is a.j. motley. he is from texas. and i want to hear about a visit to new orleans, and in particular, the naked bike ride. i was in new orleans this past month. luckily, it was-- or this past year in june. luckily, it wasn't in january. but, um, we were there, walking around on aday morning, having--just sightseeing, and somebody mentioned something about a naked bike parade, uh, for an environmental cause. and within a couple of minutes, sure enough, we're on bourbon street, and here come about 500 or more people of varying genders, on bicycles, completely nude. soh special costumes, but nothing covering anything else. and did you want to join them?
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oh, no! no, no. no. but i-i did enjoy seeing it. i mean, itme wits... (laughter) i don't think i would have enjoyed seeing it. it was odd. you may be w'a.j. (laughter) lynn welch is a pharmacist from evanston, illinois, who used to work with worms. why? i-i used to work with parasitic worms, and i'm not talking about my coworkers. that's even worse. (laughs) it was an invertebrate zoology lab. and what was the purpose of the study? uh, they were studying different drugs and their effects on the worms. and the s on the worms? (laughs) okay. hmm. (laughter) my pill's safe. it didn't kill the worm. prabhu, i wanna hear about the fact that you're a marathon dancer, and you participate in competitions, right? so it's not-- you dance till dawn? it's not competitions, but, uh, my alma mater, stanford, has an annual event called the big dance
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where it's an all-night dance, from 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. swing, waltz, latin. what about the tango, that wild... i ca ballr it out every now and then. yeah, you can? i bet you can. all right. a.j. has command of the board, and he's in a tie with prabhu. let's see what happens as he picks our next clue. n bust let's go with abbreviated bands for $800. who is palmer? abbreviated bands, $1,000. and the "l.p." stands for linkin park-- "l-i-n-k-i-n." a.j. let's go, uh, baby for $200. who is bill gates?
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uh, baby for $400. who is warren buffett? baby, $600. what is farmville? uh, baby for $800, please. who are the waltons? uh, baby, $1,000. who is michael dell? internationalities, $600. what is a white russian? $800, please, for internationalities.
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and that would be swiss bank accounts. way back then. lynn. uh, for $1,000, internationalities. what is a french press? 1933, $200. what is the nazi party? uh, $400, please. what is the golden gate bridge? uh, same category, $800. what is "reader's digest?" uh, $1,000, please.
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and you're in the lead by $1,600 over our champion, prabhu. um, i'll go ahead and wager $2,000. okay. here is the clue for you... who is nureyev? no. who is george balanchine? ah. let's look at the $600 clue now... what was the 19th amendment? nope. prabhu. oh. what is the 18th amendment? and with that, you lead a.j. by $1,000, and lynn gets to go first in double jeopardy! and we'll start that round in a moment or two.
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closed captioning sponsored in part by... all right, lynn, you get to pick first from these categories in this upcoming double jeopardy! round. notice the quotation marks there... you know all about them. some people think that "smart aleck" is an oxymoron. lynn, start us. 50 states for $400. what is alaska? uh, 50 states, $800.
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what is the horned toad? 50 states, $1,200. what is maine? $1,600, states. who is nikki haley? 50 states,0. all of those in new jersey. lynn, go again. uh, movie titles, $400. what is "the iron lady"? movies, $800. what is "wall-e"? movies, $1,200.
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what is "the rock"? movies, $1,600. oh, that was a big film-- "avatar." "avatar." how quickly we forget. a.j. close out the category, movie, $2,000. what is "the vow"? uh, we love "l.a."--$400. who is arm? no. sorry. lynn or a.j.? you forgot the category-- we love "l.a." louie armstrong. a.j., back to you. uh, same category, "l.a."--$800.
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who is lucie arnaz? uh, "l.a."--$1,200. who is laura ashley? "l.a." for $1,600. who is loni anderson? "l.a."--$2,000. this seventh-generation tennessean now represents the state in the senate. who is lamar alexander? take the hard stuff, $400. what is diamond? uh, hard, $800.
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what is granite? don't take it for granite. hard for $1,200. and you are in position to make a move that would get you into second place. uh... i'll take $2,000. $2,000 it is. here is the clue in the hard stuff... what is sapphire? yes. whew. you picked the right one. go. hard for $1,600. all right. 's kelly this time... the mineral orthoclase scratches a pane of glass, but apatite doesn't. which puts glass between orthoclase and apatite on this scale, devised by a german mineralogist, to measure hardness. who is mohs? uh, hard stuff, $2,000.
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what is stainless steel? uh, oxymorons, $400. we love this word... what is "good grief"? oxy for $800. film was "urban cowboy." lynn. $1,200, oxy. what is a guest... host? lynn. oxy for $1,600. this is the one you were waiti... what is jumbo shrimp? oxymorons, $2,000.
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what are student teachers? uh, "iliad" for $800. what are vultures? less than a minute to go now. $1,600. and those two men were paris, of course, and menelaus. a.j., back to you. uh, $1,200, please. and you have a big lead. $9,000. $400. oh, hello. all right. feeling confident, are we? (laughs) who is hector? no. hector was the body. he wasun of king priam. ah. so you drop to $19,000. which clue now?
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uh, $2,000, please. odysseus had a scar that she recognized. (beep) and a.j. still in the lead by a hefty margin. but it's still anyone's game, really. it's coming down to final jeopardy! and this subject... inaugural addresses. that's appropriate, isn't it, for this year? we'll return with the clue right after this. details are really important during four course. i want to make sure that everything is perfect. that's why i do what i do. [ male announcer ] it's red lobster's i want to make sure that everything is perfect. just $14.99. start your feast with a choice of soup, then salad, plus biscuits! next, choose one of nine amazing entrees like new coconut and citrus grilled shrimp or linguini with shrimp and scallops. then finish with dessert. your four course seafood feast, just $14.99. [ mortazavi ] everything needs to be picture perfect. i'm reza, culinary manager. and i sea food differently.
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the category is inaugural addresses, and here is the clue for all of you... 30 seconds. good luck. ♪
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we come to you first, lynn. what did you write down? "who was lincoln?" yes, indeed. 72 and 1789 gives you 1861. and you will add how much money? $7,198. you're almost doubling. $14,398. let's go to our champion now. prabhu, did you come up with lincoln? sure, you did. and your wager? $7,000. you are close to the lead with $17,400. a.j. will be the champ if he selected lincoln. and he did. his wager was... $1,801. new champion at $20,801. and our new champion gets to play again
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no remorse. that's what the victims of the boston bombers saw when dzhokhar tsarnaev appeared in court. plus, closing arguments are set to begin today in the trial of george zimmerman.ç local law enforcement is ready. releasing a video urging the public to stay calm. >> plus used to be a place where sin and skin were common. this morning meet the artist whose naked art is one of the biggest draws in times square. >> in "the skinny," more bad behavior from the biebs. this time though we think he has really outdone himself. it's thursday, july 11th. from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> good thursday morning, everybody. >> yeah, the biebs video in "the skinny" is what was he thinking? >> could you tell what he was
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doing? >> could you tell? if you couldn't, stay tune. because it's pretty bad. let's get started. okay, we begin this half-hour with the first court appearance by the boston bombing suspect. >> police officers, family members who lost loved ones and survivors packing the courtroom. abc's pierre thomas was there. >> reporter: dzhokhar tsarnaev arrived at federal court under extreme security with divers even checking nearby waterways for bombs. he walked into the courtroom in shackles. the left side of his face was swollen and his left forearm was bandaged. he answered not guilty to all charges and blew a kiss to his sister sitting in the court. but for his victims and their families -- >> he never looked at us, never turned in our direction. we were sitting directly behind him. >> reporter: look at this picture taken minutes before the bombing. police say this man is tsarnaev, this little boy, martin richard killed in the blast, and over there, two brothers, paul and j.p. norton each lost a leg.
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if you had an opportunity to speak to him directly what would you say? >> probably wouldn't do too much talking with him. i probably would have no cameras or anything there. >> reporter: j.p.'s uncle and mother liz came to court. >> i wanted to see who changed our lives forever. >> reporter: after she saw tsarnaev in court she was disgusted. >> what struck you about his demeanor? >> he was smirking. i don't know. he just had the audacity to smirk at us. >> reporter: outside the court, 20 mit officers stood at attention, tsarnaev accused of killing one of their own as he tried to outrun authorities. >> i didn't see the remorse. i didn't see the nervousness, the fear, or, i didn't see any of that. >> reporter: tsarnaev's sisters cried as he was led out of the courtroom. if convicted he potentially faces the death penalty. pierre thomas, abc news, boston. jurors in the george zimmerman trial could get the case tomorrow afternoon. attorneys present their closing arguments today, and the judge will give the jury instructions. the defense rested its case yesterday without calling zimmerman to the stand.
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we spoke to the former colleague sunny hostin covering the trial in sanford. >> the jury has already heard him give his version of events, right? they heard him on audio tape. they have even see a re-enactment of the night he did with another -- with law enforcement. it doesn't make a lot of sense for him to get on the witness stand. the jury is not going to hold it against him if he doesn't. >> the prosecution asking the jury consider three charges against zimmerman -- second degree murder, manslaughter and aggravated assault. >> jury watchers and experts, the entire length of this trial have said, it is unlikely that he will take the stand. we heard him already say what happened that night over and over and over again. >> right. he can only lose.ç he really can't come out any better. >> essentially what you are doing is, opening it up so the prosecution can kind of catch you in lies or take you down the path where you don't want to go, or show some other interview that you have already done, or you know, some kind of inconsistency, something small, something big you might have
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said. i can understand why he decided he wasn't going to do it. what was interesting in court though -- was that the judge kind of put her foot down and said, "you need to tell me right now if you are going to take the stand." which is really not something you see every day in the courtroom. >> incredible how fast they have been moving along. this is like a textbook. just been going point "a," point "b," point "c." we're almost there. >> i think so. all right. police in sanford are calling for peace and calm once the zimmerman verdict is made public. with the help of local teenagers along with miami heat star james jones, they launched a campaign, raise your voice not your hand. >> raise your voice. >> not your hands. >> stand together as one. no cuss, no guns. >> let's give violence a rest we can easily invent. >> your patience will be tested. >> law enforcement has your back. >> back up and choose not to act up. deputies are with us. no need to act up. >> let it roll off your shoulders, water off your back.
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>> so, let's make the choice to raise your voice and not your hands. >> keep the protests peaceful, let law enforcement handle the troublemakers. 20 bodies have been pulled away from that charred scene of the runaway train crash in canada. officials told families 30 other people still missing are presumed dead. head of the rail company in the fiery derailment is blaming the engineer for failing to set the brakes properly. that engineer has been suspended without pay. the worst flooding western china has seen in half a century is being blamed for seven deaths. the raging floodwaters destroying homes, triggering landslides that have buried dozens of people. nearly 50 people are still missing. half a million have been forced to evacuate. as the war in afghanistan is winding down a new controversy that is heating up. it is over a multimillion dollar complex on the battlefield that has never been used. abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz has all the details. >> reporter: it is a monumental
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symbol of waste in afghanistan, the butt of jokes among marines. as big as a football field, with fine furnishings, spacious conference rooms, theater seating, and offices fit for a corporate executive. your tax dollars, 34 million of them at work. >> better than the pentagon. i have never seen a building better constructed than this. and we're going to destroy it. >> reporter: that's right. you heard the inspector general. destroy it. bad enough to spend millions of dollars on this kind of building in a war zone, but even more outrageous when you consider this. it has never been used. a marine corps commander asked that the project be halted long before it started. and it will likely be demolished before our troops leave because it is too expensive for afghans to even operate. >> what this epitomizes what we have seen in afghanistan time and again. if you appropriate it, we will spend it. even if we don't need it.ç
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>> reporter: getting to the root of a bad decision is difficult. >> i called the air force, they told me to call the office of the secretary of defense. >> the matter is currently under investigation. >> reporter: and who's investigating it? >> u.s. forces afghanistan. >> reporter: which is the answer you will get from afghanistan. they are investigating. but the project is just one more example of taxpayer waste in america's longest war. we could get anything we wanted, said one officer. it was insane. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. bizarre weather phenomenon is causing all kind of problems near phoenix. >> huge wall of dust blew through the area turning day light to darkness making driving virtually impossible. weather experts say it was caused by outflowing winds from a thunderstorm that kicked up lots of dust that hangs in the air. >> i believe it's called a haboob. >> haboob. i heard about this year.
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it's on my radar. >> it's a haboob. >> there it is. it's no fun. i wouldn't want to be in a habo haboob. >> it is not a fun haboob. >> no. not the only weather problem. around the country, the east coast from northern maine all the way to eastern texas with some wet weather at some point today. flooding in some areas. you can also expect monsoon-style showers in parts of the west. mostly over higher elevations though. >> for a change much of the midsection will be less humid with cooler temperatures in the 80s. check out the south. sizzling hot numbers in the triple digits. the british monarch was playing host to other royal visitors at windsor castle. >> the queen welcomed the king and queen of the netherlands to her private party yesterday for tea, greeted by a gentle double-cheeked kiss. their first official visit since william alexander took the throne. >> the dutch king's mother relinquished the throne april 30th. it looks like prince charles will have no such luck. >> prince charles is probably just fine letting mom hold down
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the fort with all the photo-ops, not that he doesn't have to do a lot himself. >> i think queen elizabeth is pretty help at the helm of the little situation. >> i think she does a nice job there. >> she's got it under control. coming up -- wedding bells for a star that had a tough time with love. >> first, as the world waits to hear the late est on the heir t the british couldn't. we'll hear the latest about the british birthing customs they're a lot different than ours. stay tuned. you're watching "world news now." ♪ these little wonders these twists and turns of fate ♪ ♪ time falls away >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by no no hair removal.
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reaching a fever pitch on ♪ these little wonders >> as the clock wind down in the royal baby watch, speculation is reaching a fever pitch on everything, ranging from the sex of the royal heir to what kind of mom kate will be. >> we are also learning how different it is to have a baby in britain compared to the united states.ç here's abc's bianna golodryga. >> reporter: the future monarch is due to be born any day now. in st. mary's hospital in west london, put the delivery in the same wing where princess diana gave birth. >> it is a beautiful unit. it has got all the facilities that any woman would need in labor. she is going to be very comfortable and well looked after. >> reporter: sounds familiar, and yet, compared to the u.s., there are vast differences in the way the british give birth
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to their children. the biggest difference, all prenatal care and birthing in the uk is free, and while kate is using obs, most women use midwives through the whole process. the royal contributor victoria murphy is due the same time as kate. >> there is quite a lot of emphasis on the natural approach, actually, to child birth. >> in the uk we aim for natural child birth as much as possible with as little intervention as possible. >> reporter: in fact, once labor starts, many uk hospitals encourage giving birth without anesthesia, using as little pain medication as possible. epidurals are less frequent and patients are offered laughing gas and birthing tubs to reduce pain. c-section rates are three times higher in the u.s. than the uk. but the c-section rate at roosevelt hospital in new york city is much lower than the national average. as the city's only in-hospital birthing center, they encourage
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natural child birth. >> natural is the way women were designed to have babies, less complications, faster recovery. >> as long as the person attending the birth is educated and supports the body and the woman and her choices, it's a good experience. >> reporter: an experience a new mom or mum will never forget. bianna golodryga, abc news, london. >> wow. >> laughing gas and a bathtub. >> no, sign me up for the epidural. >> stick it right in here, doc. i'd be with you. i feel your pain. >> no, you don't. >> no, i don't but i'd take the epidural. i know what you mean. i don't feel your pain. >> i understand like returning to nature, and, they do say that the bathtub. >> make it all natural except for the epidural. >> take the epidural then go in the bathtub. >> there you go. >> i'll take the laughing gas, too. >> have the midwife there and everything else. >> you can hold my hand all be happy. >> just put in the epidural. with you. >> thank you. still ahead, "the skinny," teenage antics continue. justin bieber caught on camera during a wild night out. we will show you what he did.
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and it's disgusting. >> knucklehead move for sure. >> happy ending for halle. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" now." >> announcer: "world news now"
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her, fiance, olivier martinez. and it's happening this weekend. >> really? >> quick, quick, quick. there they are. the beautiful couple. they've been engaged since 2012. this is now the third trip down the aisle for halle berry, who by the way, swore off marriages. married once before to davis justice. and then singer, eric benoit, in 2001. she has been engaged to mr mr. martinez and she's pregnant with his child. not a whole lot of details how this is going to go down. she did tell "in style" magazine last year she has put thought into the entire ordeal. she wants it to be small. she told the magazine there had been a wedding there were 250 people. and it was just too much too big, too much going on. not exactly what she'd want. she wants it to be small, intimate, and hopefully not swarm by the paparazzi. >> after doing it a few times. third time, small is good.
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>> small, quick, easy. nice. justin bieber. new video courtesy of tmz. information courtesy of "the daily news" in new york. here, listen to this -- the 19-year-old pop star couldn't use the public restroom like the rest of us. in a 45 second clip, for your viewing pleasure he decides to urinate in a mop bucket in a new york city nightclub earlier this year. his unidentified friend suggests the club should be honored that bieber would urinate in the establishment, "that is the coolest spot to pee, the friend says, you know you will forever remember that." if that wasn't enough. bieber grabbed a cleaning spray and attacked the picture of bill clinton that was on the kitchen wall and said, f bill clinton, as he sprayed the picture of the former president. and bubba, are you kidding me? he is 19. not buying that? that's enough of that. >> first of all, wearing idiot pants. the pants are fully up. that's what those are harem pants. like the pants are already, making me upset. secondly, why is that dude
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watching him? >> a bodyguard.ç >> still. just paid to sort of make sure he doesn't get beat up. >> grown man, watching a kid pee in a bucket. weird. not doing anything about it. even weirder. >> sure he is on the payroll. >> thirdly, don't care what you think of bill clinton, former president, he is 19 years old. you need to get slapped in the face for doing what you did to the president. >> fair enough. >> what was he thinking? >> what was he thinking? >> he wasn't. >> he wasn't thinking. heidi klum, a picture of heidi klum. so, heidi klum -- rolling out her new season, season 12 "project runway" doing it with an advertisement. there it is. this is a billboard. it's been deemed a little too racy for los angeles, if you can believe it. take a look. that's her in the middle. this is a play on "the emperor has no clothes." there she is decked out in this very royal outfit. he is standing next to her. all the people around her are models in the nude. there is a plan, the emperor has no clothes, but has the clothes on. >> we have seen racier billboard on long island express way. >> l.a. is saying they don't
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want this on their streets. new york is willing to post it all over the place. which is kind of interesting. usually l.a. will go for just about anything. instead los angeles is saying they want all of those models to have clothes digitally inserted into the billboard. >> oh, brother. >> if you are driving around l.a. and you happen to see that billboard, just know it will have digitally enhanced clothing added to it. if you want to see the real deal, come over to new york, we'll be showing it. bobbi christina brown, whitney houston's child. wants to clear some things up. 23 years old. took to facebook tuesday night. said a bunch of things. let me clear things up we are not real, brother/sister, or my adopted brother, nick gordon, she is in a relationship. she added that her late mother predicted they would start dating and she was completely fine with it. she goes on to say that people seriously got to stop judging my relationship, pretty sure it is my own decision who i want to be with. judge me, go ahead, she said, it's my life, not yours.
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♪ often said that there is a little something for everyone here in new york's times square. >> is one street artist pushing the envelope too far, we'll let you decide. wait until you see what andy golub is doing in the name of art. kimberly richardson of our new york station, wabc, checked it out. >> it was a little bit of a bumpy road to get where i got. >> reporter: a bumpy and for some a very uncomfortable road. >> this isn't the time or the place. >> reporter: these children in the middle of time square watching street artist andy golub.
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>> if i had a body that perky i would walk through petmart with it. >> reporter: a body without a stitch of clothing on it. these are models here with andy who is celebrating a victory of sorts against the city and nypd. literally returning to the scene of the crime. you see, this is the first time he has been able to do this at this time of day since being arrested in 2011 for doing the exact same thing. back then, he was locked up, charged with public lewdness. this is some of his other work that also has raised eyebrows. but he tells me eventually the charges were dropped. >> the law says that full nudity is legal if it is part of a performance or a play or exhibition. >> reporter: still he was told ç he could only paint nude models in public at night. he agreed. but wasn't happy. >> it kind of added a sexual element. my work is not only nonsexual,
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it's actually opposite of sex. it's about the body being seen as form. >> reporter: he held his ground and his attorney eventually got the city to lift the cover of darkness clause. what andy is doing right now really is a heturn i am fully clothed and people are stopping and looking. >> what do you >> i think it's a great thing. why not? pno ndy g r: there were officers he's not yet used to. >> always got to be ready just >> reporter: in times square, >> rep >> absolute -- not in the nude! i would do what kimberly is doing. >> yeah. >> i would do the arm. my face. >> what if you are strolling through wh yr 5-year-old kid, do you care? >> well, i see it is a little different when you involve children. everything changes. >> they're in time apparently he's been allowed
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good morning. i'm john muller. >> i'm diana perez. here are some of the top headlines we are following this morning on "world news now" -- the defense has rested its case in the george zimmerman trial without calling the defendant to the stand. lawyers will present their closing arguments today and we'll have more from the dramatic final day of testimony. >> new setback overnight for randy travis the country singer, recovering from emergency surgery. we'll have more on the latest health crisis. travis has been in the hospital since sunday battling a heart ailment. >> as the high summer season shines down on us a health alert today about the use of sunscreen. new labels are confusing many consumers though and we'll shed
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some light on tips on keeping yourself safe in the sun. >> how could baby buy a car with her fingers and an iphone. we'll show you how she did it. and how you can keep your kids from making unauthorized purchases from the smartphone or those are some of our top stories on this thursday, july 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. going to love the story about the little girl buying the car. so cute. >> welcome in on this thursday. not only does she buy the car what happens next the best part. really is. >> stick around for that one. we will begin this half-hour with the attorneys in the george zimmerman trial gone monto aan trial gone yestan o c abc's marci gonzalez is joining us this morning with more. marci? >> reporter: good morning, john, quick the jury could be just one day
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away from the start of deliberations. and they will make their decision without hearing george zimmerman testify. >> yes, your honor. >> after consulting with counsel, not to testify, your honor. >> reporter: george zimmerman deciding not to take the stand in his own defense. as his second degree murder sows attorney said was >> a big part of him wanted to get in front of the jury and talk to them and say this is my story. >> reporter: the defense called zimmerman's father as thei >> the de >> th ver >> reporter: on theh y testimony they tried to show the jury how they believe martin m >> were the injuries on mr. zimmerman's back of his head, consistent with someone doing this? >> reporter: the prosecution using the same mannequin trying to prove if martin attacked zimmerman the way the defendant described, zimmerman wouldn't >> e wothe n beow?reach his gun.
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pyoulg the gun would be behind >> reporter: when court rs, atthi les allowedto cder second-degrurde with closing arguments set for thursday afternoon, legal analyst, sunny hostin tels a news thssur >> closing arguments will be thç key to this trial. >> reporter: the judge expects the jury to start debilitating friday afternoon. zimmerman's attorney says he is worried about his safety and what could happen after the verdict is read. john and diana. >> marci, thank you. the boston marathon bombing suspect made his first court suspect rtre his first court abc's k norton whose two sons each lost. >> what struck you about his demeanor? >> he was smirking. i don't know. you know, that he just had the audacity to smirk at us is how i took it. >> tsarnaev faces 30 federal charges including using a weapon of mass destruction.
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he could get the death penalty if prosecutors pursue it. ntsb investigators say they should be able to free up the san francisco airstrip where asiana flight 214 crashed. crews have already begun to remove debris from the scene, so that planes can begin landing there again. even though the official cause of that crash is still to be determined, federal regulators are already make something moves. abc's cecilia vega has the latest from san francisco. >> reporter: as the search through the wreckage continues here, the faa announcing first officers who fly passenger and cargo planes will have more training on the planes they operate and must increase their minimum flight time from 250 hours to 1,500. this as investigators continue looking into the experience of the korean pilots at the helm of flight 214 and the role the flight attendants played to save so many lives. some carrying passengers twice their weight on their backs to safety. >> from their interviews, the flight attendants revealed to our investigators that they tried to expedite the passenger evacuation procedures by directing passengers to doors that weren't as crowded.
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and, they were also fighting the fire. >> reporter: all 12 flight attendants were seated near the plane's exits. when it crash landed, the tail ripped off and three attendants were ejected, sent flying on to the runway. they survived. >> my god that's scary. >> reporter: an emergency chute inflated inside the cabin trapping a flight attendant who also survived. >> just trying to give a signal to us by moving her hand like this. you know? >> translator: i hope for all of the families who have suffered losses from this accident to recover as quickly as possible and they're all in my prayers. >> reporter: members of the crew, some in wheelchairs, there alongside the head flight attendant, that sully sullenberger of flight 214, we heard from earlier this week, now all finally headed home. now we know, pilots told flight attendants specifically not to evacuate flight 214. they made an announcement over the loud speaker and told
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passengers to remain seated. it was only when one flight attendant saw smoke in the cabin that that decision was finally made to bring the passengers to safety. that came a full 90 seconds after the plane came to a stop. cecilia vega, abc news, san francisco.ç also, this morning, the california highway patrol released audio from some of the 911 calls that came in after impact. what's amazing is how calm and collected those callers sounded. >> we were just at the san francisco airport, our airplane crashed upon landing. and i think we need some help as soon as possible. >> there are people laying on the tarmac with critical injuries, head injuries. we're trying to keep her alive. >> what you don't hear on the tapes is the hardships the flight crew was facing. just as the evacuation got under way, two of the slides deployed inside of the airplane, pinning two flight attendants. this morning, of the 12 on board
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the plane, 6 are still in the hospital. >> just so amazing, the flight, all the different scenarios that came out of this. some people, flight attendants, ejected in their seats on to the tarmac. other people getting their luggage and walking out of the plane with luggage in their hands. >> totally fine. nothing happened. >> everybody seems to have had a personal experience on this that is wildly different from the next person. >> depended on what seat you happened to be sitting in on the plane. what was interesting, seemed like the perfect storm for this accident to happen. but after it happened it was almost the perfect storm for all of the people to survive. >> yeah. >> it really is, first of all, why did this happen? answers are still so wild and varied and, we haven't been able to figure it out. the question also when you look at the pictures how did all these people survive, so many of them? unfortunately, there were two 16-year-old girls who did pass away. >> sure. >> but everybody else on the plane survived.
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that's incredible when you look at the images. >> no doubt. everybody is dying to know what the cause is. have to wait for the ntsb, they say be patient. talk about randy travis recovering from emergency surgery after suffering a stroke. the singer in a texas hospital, since sunday, battling a heart ailment. doctors said he was doing better and then came the medical setback, the stroke. family and friend are asking for prayers and support. secretary of state john kerry got emotional as he spoke about his ailing wife. kerry was addressing an economic summit in washington when he paused to thank everyone for their support over the past f days. kerry said his wife is doing better, and he choked up a bit as he talked about the outpouring of well wishes they ve pouring of well wishes they >> we are very, very humbled by the expressions of support. i think she's coming along. i know when she's able to, she'll thank everybody herself. >> teresa heinz kerry fell critically ill sunday while the couple was in their nantucket
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home. she remains hospitalized in fair condition. the music coming from an approaching ice cream truck can make any kid jump for joy. adults not so happy. long beach california city council insist s it's flooded by complaints about long ice cream truck music. they're proposing an ordinance that would force trucks to turn off the music when parked. truck owners say they will kill their sales. we'll keep you posted on how this one ends. got to love the ice cream truck. >> yeah, come on. that's one of the sounds from my childhood that i still remember. >> mr. softie truck here in new york. you know it. i know that too. flash flooding, creating a mess in colorado. >> heavy rain battering towns charred by a massive wildfire triggering mudslides. the slide trapped dozens of cars and trucks, forcing officials to temporarily shut down a stretch of the major highway. stranded residents had to be rescued from the raging floodwaters. >> more rain for the area today. much of the west, a day of
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monsoon style showers. mostly over higher elevations. the other stormy spot, the entire east coast, northern maine down into eastern texas will be some wet weather as well with flooding in some areas. >> welcome change in temperatures for the midsection. with less humid readings. in the 80s. but it will sizzle across the south, with temperatures into the triple digits. a texas pastor may have a promising future in law enforcement if he gives up his day job. >> thieves ripped off the pastor's church in houston taking sound equipment chairs and paintings. and he immediately went into a detective mode. he got a picture of one of the robbers on surveillance video and posted it all over social media. >> wow. check it out. didn't take them long for someone to recognize the culprit and tip off the police. it led to the arrests of four people. >> good for him. >> awesome. coming up -- the toddler with the taste for unique cars, not match box cars. >> show you the little girl who ordered a rare vehicle for her dad. plus, summer is here. the time is right for a primer on sunscreen. what the labels really mean and how to stay safe in the summer.
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♪ everybody's laughing sunshine day ♪ ♪ everybody seems so happy today it's a sunshine day ♪ >> i know every word of the song. proud to say it. with summertime, sunshine days in full swing. more and more shedding clothes for fun in the sun. >> doctors are reminding us that an all-important ingredient for the fun besides the beach towel and swimsuit of course is the all-important sunscreen. here is abc's senior medical correspondent dr. timothy johnson. >> reporter: the food and drug administration tried to clarify sunscreen labels two years ago. the changes ended claims that products were waterproof, sweat proof, sun blocking or, offered immediate protection. still, experts say the new labels don't solve the two biggest mistakes with sunscreen. using too little, and reapplying it too late.ç
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they say you should put on sunscreen at least half an hour before staying out in the sun and re-apply it at least every two hours. more often than that if you are splashing or sweating. and don't forget about your ears and remember to give any bald spots a coating too. also, remember that, automobile windows don't block out all of the ultraviolet rays. so you may need sunscreen even on the road. protecting children is especially important. even one or two bad sunburns in childhood greatly raises the risk of skin cancer later in life. i'm dr. timothy johnson. >> good tips. all right, still ahead. a new segment we are calling "throwback thursdays." >> this morning we will hear four sounds your kids and grandkits probably have never heard before. we're all going to find out if john and i can figure out what they are.
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♪ >> i love this. >> i like the open already. going retro on you this morning with the "world news now" edition of throw back thursday. >> we read something on mental floss that kind of blew our minds. it is about sound your kids and grandkids have probably never heard. as we went down the list we were pretty amazed. we thought we would share some of them with you. why not. >> we like to make things difficult. we are going to guess what sound they are. diana, we'll play a game. you ready? >> i'm ready. >> gear up. here is the first sound. >> yeah, a paper mill, what is that? >> gee whiz, do we give up? one more time.
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>> newspaper print. >> oh. >> something like that. >> rotary phone. >> yeah! >> yes. >> all right. nicely done. >> wow. okay. >> rotary phones didn't sound like that to me. >> a really loud rotary phone. sound two, what have we got?ç jukebox. >> record player. one or the other. >> record player. nice. >> heard that album drop down there. >> okay. what else we got, guys? >> is this like -- >> car start? no. that's the sound of -- >> a typewriter? electric typewriter? >> no. i don't -- >> a projector.
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>> by the way. we have all kind of people in the background scenes over here helping us out. >> we fudged that one. >> we fudged that one. thanks to donna in the hair department. >> thanks, donna. >> sound four, last but not least, we have plenty of time. let's hear it slowly. >> train intersection. >> oh, come on, we said slowly! >> all aboard! >> yes, that's exactly what it is. >> no, it's not? >> boat bell. >> some kind of bell. >> hold on. there's something else going on in the background. >> is that a typewriter? like the -- >> no, nah. >> i have no clue. >> not. >> keep going. >> ping-pong. >> i give up. think vehicle.
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we just got think vehicle. >> fire truck. what do we need for your vehicle is the clue here? >> not a horn. >> that's the thing, the gas station that you drove over. the air hose. >> oh, my gosh. >> i remember that. i used to drive over it with my bike. >> wow. >> you're getting round of applause in the background for that one. >> that's a great sound. i love that sound. >> can i just point out -- those things do still exist in jersey. there are parts of jersey where they do absolutely exist. i know when i go get gas. >> they have it? >> in the middle of the night. that is definitely something i hear. >> all right. >> we are going to leave you with another "throwback thursday" clip. >> here is what your night would have looked like and ended like if you didn't have us to entertain you through the night. stay with us. we are coming back. >> wabc operates on channel 7 by authority of the federal communications commission. and now, ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.
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♪ i'm watching i'm watching i'm watching american television ♪ ♪ i'm watching i'm watching i'm watching american television ♪ all right, marriage of e-commerce, smartphone app technology has without a doubt simplified our lives in some cases maybe not. >> it also opened up a minefield of potential pitfalls if you let your kids get ahold of your smart phone or tablet. case in point. a 1-year-old girl who bought her dad a car, yes, bought her dad a car. what happens next in this story is what makes it our "favorite ç story of the day." here is abc's neal karlinsky. >> reporter: like a lot of kids, this 14-month-old loves playing with her dad's cell phone. after all what toddler doesn't love to push buttons.
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harmless enough or so everyone thought until dad got this e-mail that made his stomach sink. >> i actually didn't realize until i got an e-mail from e-bay saying basically congratulations. >> reporter: little cerella who can't even say the word car bought one. this 1962, austin healy sprite which she unwittingly bid on through an e-bay app while playing with her dad's phone. >> initial thoughts were panic. how do we get out of this? >> reporter: the modern family can relate. "world news" viewers on facebook shared stories, toddler shoppers gone wild. my son 3 at the time bought a ford ranger off e-bay. they got out of it. the 9-year-old who bought 120 movies. this 5-year-old racked up $2,500 worth of downloads on his parents ipad. >> i just clicked on it. because it said the was free. and the next day it costed the
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money. >> reporter: of course, most devices have parental controls. and in the worst cases parents told us they got out of having to pay. the stouts had that chance too. but decided the old austin healy might not be so bad. price tag, $225. they're keeping it for little cerela's 16th birthday. an ageless reminder of daddy's little girl. neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. >> how cute. >> handed her the wrench right away. better get started on that little girl, if you want it in 15 years. it will only take dad 15 years to fix that thing up. >> if i am standing in the business going to make a note in my calendar. 15 years from now. follow up on the story. see if he fixes the jalopy. >> i like the idea. >> not in very good shape. >> on cinder blocks on the front lawn. >> it was only 225 bucks, though, can't beat it. >> can't beat it. >> announcer: more americans choose abc news to see the w
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that's after consulting with counsel not to testify, your honor. >> with that, jurors learned they will not hear george zimmerman's version of the events that led to the death of trayvon martin. now closing arguments set to begin. turn for the worse for country singer randy travis. word overnight he suffered a stroke forcing emergency surgery. we'll bring you the latest on his condition. and -- >> he's putting out a persona. >> dating in new york city can be tough even if you are a beauty queen. how miss usa is now looking for love. it's thursday, july 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> last headline, miss usa, i personally volunteer.
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>> right. >> personally volunteer to take her out and show her new york city. out of the goodness of my heart. >> she is gorgeous. don't think she will have a problem. the problem will arise when she does what she is doing by going on the internet to look for love. not a good idea. >> man, oh, man. she's going to show up the competition on that website. >> not a good idea. >> should we get right to it. >> good idea. good thursday morning. talk about the jurors in the george zimmerman trial they could get the emotionally charged case tomorrow afternoon. >> first they will hear closing arguments and instructions from the judge but not from the man at the center of the case, george zimmerman himself. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: tensions boiling over in the courtroom. >> have you made a decision, sir, as to whether or not you want to testify in this case. >> your honor, i object to that question. >> overruled. >> three times debra nelson addressing george zimmerman directly. >> have you made a decision to testify in this case? >> no, not at this time. >> reporter: her insistence to try to ensure zimmerman wasn't pressured not to testify. finally, his answer. >> what is your decision, sir?
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>> after consulting with counsel not to testify, your honor. >> reporter: it was the most he'd spoken in court on a day in which the defense rested. earlier the defense called law enforcement trainer, the witness saying zimmerman was by no stretch an athlete. under cross-examination the ; @ prosecution used a faux mannequin to simulate the struggle that night. were you aware the defendant described to his best friend that, when he slid down, the defendant slid down, trayvon martin was up around his armpits. were you aware of that? >> no, i've not heard that. >> reporter: curious jurors and the defense craning their necks to see. >> where would the gun be now? >> now the gun would be behind your left leg. >> reporter: the defense. >> may i use the doll for a moment. >> using the same mannequin. >> were the injuries on mr. zimmerman's back of his head consistent with someone doing this on cement? >> i don't think so. >> how about this?
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how about somebody resisting the attempt, the injuries, the two lacerations, could that have come from cement, if somebody was resisting me, pushing down? >> i believe so. >> reporter: the judge says she wants the jury to begin debilitating on friday. now the prosecution says, they want the jury to see three charges, second degree murder, manslaughter, and aggravated assault. zimmerman's teams tells me they are a bit anxious over this, because their client faces life in prison or freedom. matt gutman, abc news, sanford, florida. dramatic day unfolding in a boston courtroom as boston marathon suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev appeared before a judge. he walked into the courtroom in shackles. left side of his face swollen. left forearm was bandaged. he pled not guilty to all charges against him. outside the courtroom, 20 mit officers stood at attention. tsarnaev accused of killing one of their own. >> i didn't see the remorse, the nervousness, the fear. i didn't see any of that.
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>> reporter: tsarnaev did have his own supporters. his two sisters were inside the courtroom. the accused killer blew them a kiss. to a major development in a high profile case. for the first time lawyers of accused theater shooter, james holmes say he killed 12 people and wounded dozens more in the shooting last summer. they do say though that holmes was in the throes of a psychotic episode at the time. information became public as lawyers argue holmes should be unrestrained during his trial. we're learning new details about what happened just before asiana flight 214 crashed on the runway at san francisco international. the training pilot at the helm tells investigators he saw a flash of light that temporarily blinded him. and all of the 12 flight attendants on board, two were pinned by the inflatable evacuation slides. three were catapulted out of the plane, strapped to their seats. this morning, 6 of the 12 are still hospitalized. >> this was a very emotional event for the people who are here right now. and a lot of their co-workers are still hospitalized.
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these are not the entire crew members. >> investigators have learned at first the captain told passengers and crew to stay in their seats. when the flight attendant saw flames, she ordered the evacuation. >> we are hearing 911 calls made to the california highway patrol moments after impact. >> we are at the san francisco airport. our airplane just crashed upon landing and i think we need some help as soon as possible. >> there are people laying on the tarmac with critical ç injuries, head injuries, and we are trying to keep her alive. >> federal aviation officials announced from now on first officers who fly passengers and cargo planes will have more training and must increase minimum flight times from 250 hours to 1,500 hours. country superstar randy travis has taken a sudden turn for the worse as he battles a heart ailment. the singer suffered a stroke late yesterday and has undergone surgery to relieve pressure on his brain. that happened hours after doctors said travis was showing signs of improvement. now his family and friends are
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asking for prayers and support for the country singer. restrictive abortion bill heading back to the texas state senate after getting swift approval by house lawmakers there. abortion rights advocates who tried to shout down the measures were dragged from the chamber. the legislation blocked by a filibuster in the senate last month calls for new requirements that would shut down all but a handful of abortion clinics in texas. a mom pushing her stroller, her toddler in a stroller shouldn't be life threatening for a michigan woman it was. surveillance cameras were rolling when that mom and child came out of the store. check this video out. mini van backs up into them. the driver takes off, dragging the stroller behind them. fortunately he stops for a moment. take a look as the mom struggles to get the baby out of the stroller. that happened just in time. >> that is just fascinating. >> i still feel scared. and at the same time, i'm thinking to myself, i'm lucky that me and my son are still here.
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>> it's unclear whether the driver realized he hit them or was aware of what he did and then took off. what police do know, the minivan was stolen and the driver got away. >> i mean, i'm no expert. that's just amazing. that could happen one million times. the kid would never be okay. there he is okay. not any worse for wear. no way he didn't hear them screaming, you got my kid. he stops. >> here's what's very interesting. >> not there of course. >> he stops. she has a hard time getting him out, strollers are made to hold your baby in. so there she is trying to get the baby out. he stops just enough time for her to get the baby out. and then he takes off again. vehicle was stolen. police are obviously still looking for the guy. there is surveillance video. i'm sure there's a license plate on this car somewhere. we saw him walk out of the store. it's just a matter of time. >> wow, what a story. thank god the little boy is okay. >> oh, my goodness. let's go to another terrifying incident that was
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caught on camera. this in a washington, d.c. subway. man tumbling on to the tracks strapped in his wheelchair. lucky for him, a couple of good samaritans didn't think twice before they sprang into action. we get more from robert lyle at our d.c. station. >> reporter: thousands of people race into the metro center station every day, but only one man did this. >> yes, sir. the first one. >> reporter: raced to save a life. >> doing the right thing. >> reporter: army specialist is a reluctant hero. yet heroic is the only way to define what happened at metro center independence day. a man in the wheelchair tried to got ape closer read of the metro sign plummets off the platform face first. michael happened to be descending the escalator. >> i saw somebody go over on the tracks. i went to go see and there's a guy laying there, trapped in his >> reporter: the unidentified passenger was not only still attached to his wheelchair but had land right next to the 750 volt third rail. he says he had to act.
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>> i jumped down there. started helping him out. tried to pick him up. i realized he's still strapped to the wheelchair. >> reporter: he struggled with the belt. worried a train was barreling down on them. >> every second felt like 30 seconds, you know, that kind of a thing. >> reporter: that's within a passenger from the opposite side leapt over both third rails who helped lift the man who is now recovering. and he has returned to duty unaware he is being considered for the soldiers medal, the army's highest peace team award. >> you don't think the actions were heroic? >> nah, not, not really. just doing the right thing. >> thank god for people look that guy. >> yes. >> here's the thing. if you look at the video, a lot of people say what do i do, do i jump in? he's coming off the escalator, runs over and dives in. what do you do in that moment? i don't know what i would do. >> they all say, i didn't think, i reacted. it's another thing, if you know you're not physically strong
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enough to jump down five feet and push yourself back up like that, i think a fit dude at least like that, in the army, he comes down, i'm prime, there's no problem. i can get down there and get back up as long as the train's not coming. if i was 65 years old. >> or a woman. >> is there a younger guy around. >> not that 65-year-olds can't be strong. that guy knew, i can do this. >> i guess that's what it is. i don't know what i would do. >> i'd jump down. at least i'd like to think so. >> you're a good guy, too. moving on to this. the fbi announced $100,000 reward in hopes of tracking down the thieves that swiped $1 million from a currency shipment at jfk airport. the money was supposed to be part of a shipment that arrived last month from switzerland on board swiss international airlines flight. but a count at the federal reserve came up $1.2 million short. all right, the washington, d.c. city council approved a pay hike for thousands of retail workers despite a warning from walmart. under the law, employees at major retailers would be paid $12.50 an hour.
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walmart said such a plan would jeopardize a plan to build three stores in the district. efforts to reduce the student loan interest rate hike failed in the senate. interest rates on new stafford loans doubled to 6.8% july 1. yesterday, senate democrats were unable to get the votes necessary for a temporary fix that would have restored the lower rates for another year. the new rates could affect millions of college students. a mayor who has been in office for a quarter of his life is still being called a political novice. >> that's because he's only 4 years old. >> that's crazy. >> one, two, three, four. that's it. and after a year on the job, bobby thomson is running for re-election. he was just 3. do the math. when he was picked as mayor of dorset, minnesota. population, whopping 22 people. >> mayor tufts hasn't started school yet, though he spends a lot of time eating ice cream,
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petting puppies and counting his cuteness to earn himself a second term. >> he got my vote. >> his agenda was chocolate.ç this is true. i heard this earlier. coming up, miss usa's quest for love. dating experts will weigh in. >> first how technology is keeping car thieves a step ahead of us unfortunately. we'll let you know what some of the most popular stolen cars are and how to keep from getting ripped off. you are watching "world news now." ♪ "world news now" weather brought to you by hotwire.com. "world news now" weather brought to you by hotwire.com. things off my list. this year alone, we went to the top of the statue of liberty and still saved enough to go to texas, to a real dude ranch. hotwire checks the competition's rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices, so we got our four-star hotels for half price. next up, hollywood! >> men: ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e, hotwire.com. ♪ >> man: save big on car rentals
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♪ all right, how attractive is your car to thieves. i'm not telling you what i drive. it's very unattractive. it depends on what you drive and how old the car is. >> believe it or not what thieves are looking for these days you don't have to worry about this. might not have to do with your car at all. hm-mm, ron claiborne has more on this. >> reporter: it happens every 44 seconds in america today. watch as a car thief in albuquerque tries to steal a car falling for a trap set by police. top targets today, older cars. that's because newer ones come loaded with new anti-theft technology. but the thieves are catching up.
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>> it's always a cat and mouse game. as technology changes, they adapt to it. they look for the weakest link in a system and might try and attack that. >> reporter: here's how they do it. watch this undercover video from long beach, california. right there in his hand, a mysterious device that can unlock car doors. it has the law enforcement across the country baffled. they don't know what it is or how it works. then there's this technique, when you go to lock your car remotely, clicking your key chain, a thief in the parking lot can block that signal. using a simple handheld device. >> if you go to lock your car and press your key fob it send a signal. well, if the bad guy is within distance he can jam the signal you walk away they get in the car behind you. >> reporter: once inside, the thief has another weapon, an electronic device that overpowers the car's anti-theft measures, allowing them to start it up and drive it away. >> some are as small as this little piece here.
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>> reporter: what can you do to protect your car? police recommend parking your car in a garage or well lighted parking lot. alarms will deter some thieves and hidden tracking devices can help you recover your car if it is stolen. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> just amazing, right? >> you were saying your jalopy isn't attractive. there you go. >> in new york city your car literally gets hit. i have taxi paint on every side of my car from the taxi sideswiping my car. i get in it. i'm reallyç embarrassed, i'm like, i hope nobody's around. i don't see why i will sell it. i'd be paranoid. i have a beautiful car sitting there. >> the car is more attractive than any other car on the block. >> 2003, japanese make, economy car. treating myself to a pickup truck next summer. saving my money. then i will be paranoid again. still ahead, we all know about the brutal dating scene. it can beep very brutal these days. >> you think the beautiful people of the world wouldn't have the same dating problems as
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us mere mortals. say miss usa, for example. believe it or not, you'd be wrong. wait till you hear what she is forced to do to find love. and in the next half hour, british babies, giving birth, is a whole lot different across the pond. you're
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nothing leatisfy nothing less satisfying than being on the dating scene in 2013. with the internet and social media, everything is more complicated than it used to be. >> not just for regular people either. case in point. miss usa 2012. michelle charmsworth of our new york station has the story for us. >> reporter: i'm sorry, what, last year's miss usa can't find a date? >> better try to get one. she is hot! >> reporter: yes, she is. >> you can look beautiful but if
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you don't have the art of communicating, that's a concern. >> reporter: all right, come on, she is gorgeous and she's super crazy smart. she went to all the best schools, she's a world-class athlete, played volleyball for years and she's miss usa, so what gives? well, we talked to people who are experts on meeting people. and on learning how to be yourself. they said peel all that stuff away. >> she is putting on a persona. if she is used to doing that in her pageant outside of dating it's very hard for her to change and be her real self when she's dating. >> reporter: israel and antonia are experts at newyorkdatingcoach.com. people do that. part of what kills a connection. >> learning to communicate with one another in person. i think if people kind of ç revived those interpersonal skills it would help dating a lot. >> reporter: hello? finally, killer looks can be a killer. >> is it really bad out there? >> no. i don't think so.
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>> reporter: back to man on the street expert, james. >> take it back to the old-fashioned days. when you actually went to the movies, had a good meal, you sat and talked, and walked. >> reporter: old school. >> and buy some flowers. every woman loves some flowers. >> reporter: and then there's that! in chelsea, channel 7, eyewitness news. >> that guy gave good advice. old school. go out for a walk. nice meal. go to the movies. what do you think? >> i don't think it's such a beauty queen to be on the internet. >> i think you're right about that. hey, you're a beauty queen, diana. >> miss usa, what's that, 2013? >> miss usa, what's that, 2013? ♪
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no wonder the number one whitening brand is crest 3d white. all right. i don't know what to do with this one. let's get into it. >> jump right in. >> the bra. hard to get off sometimes. men know this. women know this. men who date women know this. >> right. >> some guy, randy serafin came up with a bra that actually claps on and off. like the old-fashioned clapper. do this. take a look. >> way too easy. >> oh! >> where was that when i was in college? where was that? check that out. nice work on the graphics. >> the woman who wears the bra can never go to like -- >> concert. movie. >> right. she can't just like be around the general public. >> just popping off. >> constantly on and off. doesn't it look like it is violent. like it's swinging off.
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>> looks like it exploded off. >> not just falling off. like sexy. not very sexy. like. ooh, now i am in the mood. like, bam! >> there you go. secret pass word. you should have to say a certain word like supercalifragilistic- expialidocious. >> something long and complicated. >> should have consulted. >> the answers are always here, guys. okay, check this out. j brand is claiming it can make you look slimmer in the jean and photo shopped look. a couple images. hard to tell what they're talking about. let me tell you. the secret apparently is this patented, technological fabric, designed to resist the dreaded sag in the butt area. you wear jeans, sit, stand, sit, stand, the jeans stretch, and the butt area gets a little sag underneath it. >> i hate it when that happens. >> j brand is claiming they have invented this fabric. that prevents the sag from happening. it gives you the perfect silhouette, the slim leg throughout the entire day. this has been seen on all types of celebrities, including cameron diaz and the duchess of cambridge.
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there you have it. go out and get some j brand photo shopped jeans. >> i don't think i would looking so good in those. >> kind of tight. this is a great idea for towns that have too many deer, animals in them. we both have places in new jersey. it is dangerous. really its dangerous. >> everywhere. car accidents. >> the town of hastings on the hudson has 70 to 120 deer in a two-mile area. >> wow. >> so they're coming up with an interesting plan. instead of a controlled hunt to clear out the deer population, they're going to use birth control. they're working with tufts university. they're using it now. fairly successfully. 50 residents volunteered to help. putting deer on birth control. hopefully this will stop the population without having to kill the deer. there's 16 car collisions every year -- or in 2011 involving deer in this town. so it's a real problem. >> you know what, the two of us live in towns where we experienced that situation. there is the sound. i never hit a deer. >> me either, not yet.
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no this morning on "world news now," no remorse. that's what the victims of the boston bombers saw when dzhokhar tsarnaev appeared in court to enter a plea of not guilty. plus, closing arguments are set to begin today in the trial of george zimmerman. local law enforcement is ready. releasing a video urging the public to stay calm. plus, it used to be a place where sin and skin were common. this morning meet the artist whose naked art is one of the biggest draws in times square. in "the skinny," more bad behavior from the biebs. this time though we think he has really outdone himself. it's thursday, july 11th. from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez.
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>> good thursday morning, everybody. >> yeah, the biebs video in "the skinny" is what was he thinking? >> could you tell what he was doing? >> could you tell? if you couldn't, stay tuned. because it's pretty bad. let's get started. okay, we begin this half-hour with the first court appearance by the boston bombing suspect. >> police officers, family members who lost loved ones and survivors packing the courtroom. abc's pierre thomas was there. >> reporter: dzhokhar tsarnaev arrived at federal court under extreme security with divers even checking nearby waterways for bombs. he walked into the courtroom in shackles. the left side of his face was swollen and his left forearm waç bandaged. he answered not guilty to all charges and blew a kiss to his sister sitting in the court. but for his victims and their families -- >> he never looked at us, never turned in our direction. we were sitting directly behind him. >> reporter: look at this picture taken minutes before the bombing. police say this man is tsarnaev, this little boy, martin richard killed in the blast, and over there, two brothers, paul and j.p. norton each lost a leg. if you had an opportunity to
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speak to him directly, what would you say? >> probably wouldn't do too much talking with him. i probably would have no cameras or anything there. >> reporter: j.p.'s uncle and mother liz came to court. >> i wanted to see who changed our lives forever. >> reporter: after she saw tsarnaev in court she was disgusted. >> what struck you about his demeanor? >> he was smirking. i don't know. he just had the audacity to smirk at us. >> reporter: outside the court, 20 mit officers stood at attention, tsarnaev accused of killing one of their own as he tried to outrun authorities. >> i didn't see the remorse. i didn't see the nervousness, the fear, or, i didn't see any of that. >> reporter: tsarnaev's sisters cried as he was led out of the courtroom. if convicted he potentially faces the death penalty. pierre thomas, abc news, boston. jurors in the george zimmerman trial could get the case tomorrow afternoon. attorneys present their closing arguments today, and the judge will give the jury instructions. the defense rested its case yesterday without calling zimmerman to the stand.
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we spoke to the former colleague sunny hostin covering the trial in sanford. >> the jury has already heard him give his version of events, right? they heard him on audio tape. they've even seen a re-enactment of the night he did with another -- with law enforcement. it doesn't make a lot of sense for him to get on the witness stand. the jury is not going to hold it against him if he doesn't. >> the prosecution asking the jury consider three charges against zimmerman -- second degree murder, manslaughter and aggravated assault. >> jury watchers and experts, the entire length of this trial have said, it is unlikely that he will take the stand. we heard him already say what happened that night over and over and over again. >> right. he can only lose. he really can't come out any better. >> essentially what you are doing is opening it up so the prosecution can kind of catch you in lies or take you down the path where you don't want to go, or show some other interview that you have already done, or you know, some kind of inconsistency, something small,
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or big in what you might have said. i can understand why he decided he wasn't going to do it. what was interesting in court though -- was that the judge kind of put her foot down and said, "you need to tell me right now if you are going to take the stand." which is really not something you see every day in the courtroom. >> incredible how fast they have been moving along. this is like a textbook. just been going point "a," point "b," point "c." we're almost there. >> i think so. all right. police in sanford are calling for peace and calm once the zimmerman verdict is made public. with the help of local teenagers along with miami heat star james jones, they launched a campaign, raise your voice and not your hands. >> raise your voice. >> not your hands. >> stand together as one. no cuss, no guns. >> let's give violence a rest we can easily end up arrested. >> your patience will be tested. >> law enforcement has your back. o act up. deputies are with us. no need to act up. >> let it roll off your shoulders, water off your back. don't lack composure because in one instance it could be over. >> let's make the choice to
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raise your voice and not your hands. >> the basic message, keep the protests peaceful let law enforcement handle the troublemakers. they are trying to promote this with #raiseyourvoice on twitter. 20 bodies have been pulled away from that charred scene of the runaway train crash in canada. officials told families 30 other people still missing are presumed dead. head of the rail company in the fiery derailment is blaming the engineer for failing to set the brakes properly. that engineer has been suspended without pay. the worst flooding western china has seen in half a century is being blamed for seven deaths. the raging floodwaters destroying homes, triggering landslides that have buried dozens of people. nearly 50 people are still missing. half a million have been forced to evacuate. as the war in afghanistan is winding down, there's a new controversy that's heating up. it is over a multimillion dollar complex on the battlefield that has never been used. abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz has all the details. >> reporter: it is a monumental symbol of waste in afghanistan,
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the butt of jokes among marines. as big as a football field, with fine furnishings, spacious conference rooms, theater seating, and offices fit for a corporate executive. your tax dollars, 34 million of them at work. >> better than the pentagon. i have never seen a building better constructed than this. and we're going to destroy it. >> reporter: that's right. you heard the inspector general. destroy it. bad enough to spend millions of dollars on this kind of building in a war zone, but even more outrageous when you consider this. it has never been used. a marine corps commander asked that the project be halted long before it started. and it will likely be demolished before our troops leave because it is too expensive for afghans to even operate. >> what this epitomizes what we have seen in afghanistan time and again. if you appropriate it, we will
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spend it. even if we don't need it. >> reporter: getting to the root of a bad decision is difficult. >> i called the air force, they told me to call the office of the secretary of defense. >> the matter is currently under investigation. >> reporter: and who's investigating it? >> u.s. forces afghanistan. >> reporter: which is the answer you will get from afghanistan. they are investigating. but the project is just one more example of taxpayer waste in america's longest war. we could get anything we wanted, said one officer. it was insane. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. bizarre weather phenomenon is causing all kind of problems near phoenix. >> huge wall of dust blew through the area turning day light to darkness making driving virtually impossible. weather experts say it was caused by outflowing winds from a thunderstorm that kicked up lots of dust that hangs in the air. >> i believe it's called a haboob. >> haboob. i heard about that this year.
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it's on my radar. >> it's a haboob. >> there it is.ç it's no fun. i wouldn't want to be in a haboob. >> it is not a fun haboob. >> no. and that's not the only weather problem across the country today. around the country, the east coast from northern maine all the way to eastern texas with some wet weather at some point today. flooding in some areas. you can also expect monsoon-style showers in parts of the west. mostly over higher elevations though. >> for a change much of the midsection will be less humid with cooler temperatures in the 80s. check out the south. sizzling hot numbers in the triple digits. the british monarch was playing host to other royal visitors at windsor castle. >> the queen welcomed the king and queen of the netherlands to her private party yesterday for tea, greeted by a gentle double-cheeked kiss. their first official visit since william alexander took the throne. >> the dutch king's mother relinquished the throne april 30th. it looks like prince charles will have no such luck. >> prince charles is probably just fine letting mom hold down the fort with all the photo-ops,
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this and that, not that he doesn't have to do a lot himself. >> i think queen elizabeth is pretty help at the helm of the little situation. >> i think she does a nice job there. >> she's got it under control. coming up -- wedding bells for a star that had a tough time with love. first, as the world waits to hear the latest on the heir to the british crown. we'll hear the latest about the british birthing customs they're a lot different than ours. stay tuned. you're watching "world news now." ♪ these little wonders these twists and turns of fate ♪ ♪ time falls away >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by no-no hair removal. w" weather brought to you by no no hair removal.
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reaching a fever pitch as the clock wind down in the royal baby watch, speculation is reaching a fever pitch on everything, ranging from the sex of the royal heir to what kind of mom kate will be. >> we are also learning how different it is to have a baby in britain compared to the united states. here's abc's bianna golodryga. >> reporter: the future monarch is due to be born any day now. st. mary's hospital in west london, is preparing for the delivery in the same wing where princess diana gave birth. >> it is a beautiful unit. it has got all the facilities that any woman would need in
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labor. she is going to be very comfortable and well looked after. >> reporter: sounds familiar, and yet, compared to the u.s., there are vast differences in the way the british give birth to their children. the biggest difference, all prenatal care and birthing in the uk is free, and while kate is using obs, most women use midwives through the whole process. abc news royal contributor victoria murphy is due the same time as kate. >> there is quite a lot of emphasis on the natural approach, actually, to child birth. >> in the uk we aim for natural child birth as much as possible with as little intervention as possible. >> reporter: in fact, once labor starts, many uk hospitals encourage giving birth without ç anesthesia, using as little pain medication as possible. epidurals are less frequent and patients are offered laughing gas and birthing tubs to reduce pain. c-section rates are three times higher in the u.s. than the uk. but the c-section rate at roosevelt hospital in new york city is much lower than the national average. as the city's only in-hospital birthing center, they encourage natural child birth. >> natural is the way women were designed to have babies, less complications, faster recovery.
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>> as long as the person attending the birth is educated and supports the body and the woman and her choices, it's a good experience. >> reporter: an experience a new mom or mum will never forget. bianna golodryga, abc news, london. >> wow. >> laughing gas and a bathtub. >> no, sign me up for the epidural. >> stick it right in here, doc. i'd be with you. i feel your pain. >> no, you don't. >> no, i don't but i'd take the epidural. i know what you mean. i don't feel your pain. >> i understand like returning to nature, and, they do say that the bathtub. >> make it all natural except for the epidural. >> take the epidural then go in the bathtub. >> there you go. >> i'll take the laughing gas, too. sure. >> have the midwife there and everything else. >> you can hold my hand, we'll all be happy. >> just put in the epidural. >> thank you.
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still ahead, "the skinny," teenage antics continue. justin bieber caught on camera during a wild night out. we will show you what he did. and it's disgusting. >> knucklehead move for sure. >> happy ending for halle. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc st
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you. halle berry getting married to her, fiance, olivier martinez. and it's happening this weekend. >> really? >> quick, quick, quick. there they are. the beautiful couple. they've been engaged since 2012. this is now the third trip down the aisle for halle berry, who by the way, swore off marriages. she was married once before to david justice in 1993 and then singer eric benoit, in 2001. she has been engaged to mr. martinez and she's pregnant with his child. not a whole lot of details how this is going to go down. she did tell "in style" magazine last year she has put thought into the entire ordeal. she wants it to be small. she told the magazine she had just been to a wedding where there were 250 people and there was too much going on, it was too big. not exactly what she'd want. she wants it to be small, intimate, and hopefully not swarm by the paparazzi. >> after doing it a few times. third time, small is good. >> small, quick, easy. nice. justin bieber. new video courtesy of tmz. information courtesy of "the
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daily news" in new york. here, listen to this -- the 19-year-old pop star couldn't use the public restroom like the rest of us. in a 45 second clip, for your viewing pleasure, he decides to urinate in a mop bucket in a new york city nightclub earlier this year. his unidentified friend suggests the club should be honored that bieber would urinate at their establishment, "that is the coolest spot to pee, the friend says, you know you will forever remember that." if that wasn't enough. bieber grabbed a cleaning spray bottle and attacked the picture of bill clinton that was on the kitchen wall and said, f bill clinton, as he sprayed the picture of the former president. and bubba, are you kidding me? he is 19. not buying that? that's enough of that. >> first of all, wearing idiot pants. the pants are fully up. that's what, those are harem
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pants. like the pants are already, making me upset. secondly, why is that dude watching him? >> a bodyguard. >> still. just paid to sort of make sure he doesn't get beat up. >> grown man, watching a kid pee in a bucket. weird. not doing anything about it. even weirder. >> sure he is on the payroll. >> thirdly, don't care what you think of bill clinton, former president, he is 19 years old. you need to get slapped in the face for doing what you did to the president. >> fair enough. >> what was he thinking? >> what was he thinking? >> he wasn't. >> he wasn't thinking. heidi klum, a picture of heidi klum. so heidi klum, obviously, she's rolling out her new season, season 12 "project runway" doing it with an advertisement. there it is. this is a billboard. it's been deemed a little too racy for los angeles, if you can believe it. take a look. that's her in the middle. this is a play on "the emperor has no clothes." there she is decked out in this very royal outfit. he is standing next to her. all the people around her are models in the nude. there is a plan, the emperor has no clothes, but has the clothes on. >> we have seen racier billboard on long island expressway. >> l.a. is saying they don't
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want this on their streets. new york is willing to post it all over the place.ao cf1 o which is kind of interesting. usually l.a. will go for just about anything. instead los angeles is saying they want all of those models to have clothes digitally inserted into the billboard. >> oh, brother. >> if you are driving around l.a. and you happen to see that billboard, just know it will have digitally enhanced clothing added to it. if you want to see the real deal, come over to new york, we'll be showing it. >> right. bobbi christina brown, whitney houston's child. wants to clear some things up. 23 years old. took to facebook tuesday night. and she said a bunch of things. let me clear things up we are not real, brother/sister, or my adopted brother, nick gordon, she is in a relationship. she added that her late mother predicted they would start dating and she was completely fine with it. she goes on to say that people seriously got to stop judging my relationship, pretty sure it is my own decision who i want to be with. judge me, go ahead, she said, it's my life, not yours. >> it's just really weird, because everybody knew them to
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♪ ♪ it's often said that there is a little something for everyonehere in new york's times square. >> is one street artist pushing the envelope too far, we'll let you decide. wait until you see what andy golub is doing in the name of art. kimberly richardson of our new york station, wabc, checked it out. >> it was a little bit of a bumpy road to get where i got. >> reporter: a bumpy and for some a very uncomfortable road. >> this isn't the time or the place.
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>> reporter: these children in the middle of time square watching street artist andy golub. >> if i had a body that perky i would walk through petmart with it. >> reporter: a body without a stitch of clothing on it. these are models here with andy who is celebrating a victory of sorts against the city and nypd. literally returning to the scene of the crime. you see, this is the first time he has been able to do this at this time of day since being arrested in 2011 for doing the exact same thing. back then, he was locked up, charged with public lewdness. this is some thatasraows. but he tells mehe charges were dropped. >> the law says that full nudity is legal if it is part of a performance or a play or exhibition. >> reporter: still he was told onlydode he agree but >> it kind of added a sexual eleme
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my work is not only nonsexual, it's actually opposite of sex. it's about the body being seen as form. >> reporter: he held his ground and his attorney eventually got the city to lift the cover of darkness clause. what andy is doing right really is a head turner. i am fully clothed and people are stopping and long >> ik itat t in the area he's not yet used to. >> always got to be ready just in case. prtesuar kimberlards >> reporter involvement. go out there and do it. >> i would. >> you would? >> absolute -- not in the nude! ouldmber >> i wu re what if you are stro >> well, i see it ile everything changes. >> they're in times square. apparently he's been allowed to do this. i don't know you would take a the creatof i
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making news in america this morning. staying silent. george zimmerman will not take the stand in his murder trial. and the dummy that was the most compelling witness of the day. and the drama following the deadly plane crash in san francisco. >> we're trying to keep her alive. >> this morning, we're hearing the 911 calls from the runway. survivors return to the scene. we're live with the latest. and the heroic rescue. the alarming moment caught on camera. a man on a wheelchair rolls on to the subway tracks. wait until you see what happens next. and mr. mayor. the 4-year-old boy in charge of an entire town, with his sights now set on re-election.

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